The number one reason why new teachers leave the profession is “My administration does not support me.” It seems like administrator support should be a no-brainer – yet it doesn’t always happen. In this webinar, middle school Assistant Principal Shannon Holden showed beginning teachers how to earn the respect, cooperation, and support of their administration.
In Part Four of our Five-Session Series, Dr. Sara Delano Moore shared strategies for helping students understand multiplication and division, particularly the role of partial products and quotients. View this webinar to explore multiplication and division in the base ten number system.
Nancy Baumann, retired school librarian, shared information on how to develop recreational reading habits through successful reading promotional programs used in elementary and middle schools.
In this webinar, presented by the Teaching Kids to Code community on edWeb.net, Trish Cloud offers practical tips and information on how she did just that with her students in grades 1-5.
Jenifer Morack, Program Director for edWeb.net and Cheri Sterman, Crayola Director of Education, were featured on Education Talk Radio to discuss Champion Creativity.
edWeb.net is happy to announce the addition of four new professional development programs from Gryphon House, Shutterfly, Crayola, and Mackin Educational Resources.
In this webinar, presented by the Growing School Gardens community on edWeb.net, Community GroundWorks’ Jennica Skoug introduced the benefits of adding a beehive to your school garden, and answered questions about logistical challenges.
In Part Three of this Five-Session Series, presented by the Building Understanding in Mathematics community on edWeb.net, Dr. Sara Delano Moore shared strategies for helping students understand adding and subtracting fractions.
edWeb.net is partnering with Shutterfly to present Creating Multimedia Stories for Learning to help students discover their individual voices and share their stories.
edWeb.net and Gryphon House have partnered to present Early Learning Book Chats, a free professional learning community (PLC) that helps educators and caregivers find the tools that they need to bring the joy of learning to young children.